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Hello,

 I looking for a software on solaris, that can fully interface with ms exchange servers. This includes: schedule, appointment books, user lists, etc... not just mail. Also the clients are using ms outlook on their PC's and they don not want to change that and I don't have the time to change. So if anyone knows about a software on solaris that interfaces completely with ms exchange servers, please let me know.

Greetings and thank you

 
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You can download Microsoft Internet Explorer for Solaris from www.microsoft.com

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Microsoft has a version of IE/Outlook Express for Solaris. Go to Microsoft's site and do a Search for Solaris.
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